INFINITE's 3D Movie will be Screened at Japan Fukuoka International Film Festival
By Staff Writer | September 14, 2012 06:01 PM EDT
INFINITE's 3D movie, "INFINITE Concert Second Invasion Evolution The Movie 3D" has been invited to hold a special screening at the upcoming 22nd Annual Fukuoka International Film Festival.
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INFINITE's movie was originally supposed to be released in Korea next month on October 18. However, even before its release INFINITE members were invited to the film festival as a special guest. The film festival set to take place from September 14 through the 23.
There have many other artists that have created movies out of their concert performances, but this is the first time one of these movies has been invited to a film festival.
The second day of the film festival, INFINITE will appear on stage to thank the audience. The 3D movie will be released in Japan on October 20, gaining much attention. Additional premieres are planned in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Indonesia.
The upcoming 3D movie was made by using 30 cameras to capture every angle for the 3D aspect of the film.
The movie contains INFINITE's amazing stage performances along with solo songs, showing their charisma and talent.
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